How To Fix Samsung Galaxy S8 Wi-Fi Issues

If you are having problems with Wi-Fi on Samsung Galaxy S8 then you are at the right place. There are many factors that can contribute to Samsung Galaxy S8 Wi-Fi problems. Your Samsung Galaxy S8 won’t connect to Wi-Fi because. There are simple solutions that can repair Samsung Galaxy S8 Wi-Fi connection problems. This article will look at how to fix Samsung Galaxy S8 Wi-Fi issues.

See also: How To Enable Smart Stay On Samsung Galaxy S8 And S8 Plus

Guide: How to fix Samsung Galaxy S8 Wi-Fi issues

 

Toggle Wi-Fi

  1. From a Home screen, touch and swipe up or down to display all apps
  2. Navigate to Settings
  3. Select Wi-Fi
  4. Tap the Wi-Fi switch to turn on Switch On icon or off Switch Off icon
  5. You can also click on the airplane mode and then turn on the Wi-Fi

 

Update software

Samsung is aware of the Wi-Fi issue that users are facing. It was announced that a software update will debug and resolve the issue users are facing. This will be available in Korea. If you have issues try to update your device.

  1. From your home screen navigate to Settings
  2. Scroll down and tap About phone
  3. Search for the software update or System update at the top.
  4. Tap on it.
  5. Your device should be updated

 

Restart your device

Restart your device when you are facing Wi-Fi issues. This is the first step you should take. This is a simple diagnosis that you can perform if you are technologically inclined.

Press and hold the power button for a few seconds to power on or turn off your device.

 

Restart the Modem and router

If the previous solution did not work then you need to restart your modem or router. The problem should be eradicated once you perform this step.

  1. Press the power button on your modem or router
  2. Unplug your router or modem from its power outlet
  3. Wait 15-20 seconds, then plug it back in
  4. Allow the device a minute or two to turn back on

 

Forget Network

Another solution is to forget the network. Once this is done you can try to add the network again.

  1. Click on Settings.
  2. Choose Wi-Fi once you are on the Network Connections screen.
  3. You should either turn ON/OFF your Wi-Fi.
  4. Click on Forget for the network that you no longer want to be connected with.
  5. From there on, the Wi-Fi network that you were connected to will be forgotten
  6. Wait a few seconds and then click on the network
  7. Re-enter the password and connect to the network again

 

Change DNS settings

There could be an issue with your network and changing the DNS settings could help with restoring the Wi-Fi connection.

  1. Access the general Settings
  2. Select the Wi-Fi menu
  3. Identify the Wi-Fi network you’re currently using
  4. Tap on Forget
  5. Tap one more time on the name of the same Wi-Fi network
  6. Type in the password when prompted
  7. Scroll down until you find the entry Advanced Options and tap on it
  8. Select the IP settings option
  9. Switch its status from DHCP to Static
  10. Scroll down towards the fields labeled as DNS 1 and DNS
  11. Type in your desired DNS addresses
  12. Hit the Join button when you’re done

 

Perform a factory data reset

If the previous solutions don’t work then you need to do a factory reset. This should be your last resort. Ensure that you back up important data because they can be lost after a factory data reset.

  1. Turn off your device
  2. Press and hold “Volume Down” and “Power“.
  3. Keep holding the buttons until you see the Recovery screen.
  4. Using the volume button, tap “Wipe data/factory reset“.
  5. Press the “Power” button to select the highlighted option.

 

Wrapping up

If you use any of the solutions listed in the guide that shows how to fix Samsung Galaxy S8 Wi-Fi issues, the problems should be resolved. If not, please leave a comment below. We will assist you and give further instructions.

 

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